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By Jonathan Branch, Tehya Morgan, Marcus Leese
As one of the few firms in Guernsey to offer a trainee England & Wales solicitor programme, Ogier is definitely the place for you to kickstart your legal career
By Jonathan Hughes, Helen Ruelle, James Campbell, Emily Haithwaite, Josephine Howe
Like any other undertaking which has a real presence in Jersey, a family office will need to consider whether a business licence is required for its operations prior to it setting up in Jersey.
By Ogier
The Cayman Islands Data Protection Law, 2017 (DP Law) is currently scheduled to come into effect on 30 September 2019
By Emily Haithwaite, James Campbell, Jonathan Hughes
Our previous post concerned direct investments by large family offices. This post focuses on how such investments are structured.
By Laurent Thailly, Tiffany Sadée
As of 21 July 2019, a new Luxembourg law on prospectuses for securities came into effect (the New Prospectus Law), repealing and replacing the Luxembourg
By Ogier
Ogier advises trustees, settlors, beneficiaries and anyone else connected with trusts and foundations, whether established for succession purposes
By Bertrand Geradin
The Luxembourg Business Registers today announced that the deadline for registration with the register of beneficial owners has been postponed until 30 November 2019.
By Tim Clipstone, Marcus Leese, Alistair Stewart
The Income Tax (Substance Requirements)(Implementation) Regulations, 2018 as amended (the Substance Regulations) came into force on 1 January 2019 and have recently been further updated by The Income Tax...
By Ogier
The Cayman Islands Government has passed a number of amendment laws to strengthen Cayman's anti-money laundering and counter-financing of terrorism regime.
By Sophie Reguengo, Emily Haithwaite, Tatiana Collins (nee Brissova)
The evolution of real estate: set against a backdrop of global political change, how is real estate helping to meet global challenges?
By Will Austin-Vautier, Helen Ruelle
It is believed that Queen Elizabeth II employs more than 1,000 people in her household. Of Buckingham Palace's 775 rooms, 188 are staff bedrooms. That the Queen and Prince Philip
By Michael Evans
A recent Privy Council decision relating to long-running Jersey proceedings (Volaw –v- Comptroller of Taxes [2019] UKPC 29) provides clarification on the extent to which a party to an action may resist disclosure notices...
By Geoffrey Tang
As the number of listed companies from more established sectors increases, a number of jurisdictions in Asia have been expanding their listing regimes to facilitate the listing of companies from emerging and innovative sectors.
By Oliver Quarmby, Alexandra O'Grady
The AIC Code is a framework of best practice in respect of the governance of investment companies published by the Association of Investment Companies (AIC).
By Rebecca Macé-Balebs
On 2 August 2019, the Luxembourg Supervisory Authority of the Financial Sector (CSSF) published press release 19/41 in respect of the opening of its online portal
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